Tebe Interesno explores a wide variety of themes from surrealism to science fiction with his collection of digital illustrations.
This is called “tanbo art” or “rice paddy art”. There are no dyes to create the different colors and hues. Instead, farmers used various rice strains in their tanbo canvases. Often, hundreds of villagers work together to plant the rice by hand and create these massive works of art. While planting, different areas of the rice paddy are roped off, so people know which type of rice to put where—kind of like painting by numbers. Rice is planted in the spring, and then harvested in the fall. When it gets close to harvest, the color changes to a beautiful hue called “koganeiro” (???), which is often translated as “golden” or “honey-colored”.
RONE is back in Australia where he just completed this new piece on a famous abandoned building in the Fortitude Valley area in Brisbane. In Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, RONE completed this beautiful piece some days ago. As usual with the Australian artist, he delivers one of his signature portraits featuring which can be found on 26 Bank St in Adelaide.